Is It Over?

The series will come to Cleveland Tuesday night, the same place where just two weeks ago we saw the Cavs enter a Game 3 down 2-0.

The same place we witnessed the Cavaliers enter Game 3 down 2-0 to the Pistons last year after the Pistons handled the Cavaliers with two big victories in their building.

From last year finals, Miami lost the first two games to Dallas, 90-80, 99-85. Everyone thought they were finished but they went back to Miami and won 4 in a row and they won the title.

In 2005 finals, the Pistons lost game one by 15 and game 2 by 21 points.  But they won game 3, 4 and 6 and lost to the Spurs in game 7.

If you missed last night fourth quarter, then you didn’t see the life the Cavaliers still have. Cleveland outscored San Antonio 30-14 over the final 12 minutes, cutting a deficit that was as large as 29 all the way down to eight behind nine points from Daniel Gibson and eight from James.

So let’s hope there may just be some life left in our Cavaliers.

Published by Luke Ross

Luke Ross, is the founder of Luke grew up watching and playing soccer but his heart was always in Basketball. Luke arrived in Cleveland in 1993 and turned into a Cavaliers fan since.